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Join The African American Domestic Peace Project (AADPP) in West Palm Beach Florida as theyaddress the impact of domestic violence in the our community. This week’s show will address not only the issue of Domestic Violence in the African American Community but will offer an in depth discussion of how the impact reaches far beyond the initial victim and perpetrator. This interactive Discussion will explore how DV in our communities impacts the pillars of our community (1) The Nuclear Family, (2) Economic System (3) Education System (4) Criminal & Correctional Systems (4) Healthcare and (5) The Workforce. This show will engage the audience in a dialogue that will better show why “Domestic Violence is the Single Greatest Vehicle that Fuels Our Criminal Justice System” and Why “the ruin of a nation begins in the homes of its people”.Our objective is to examine the impact and discuss ways that we can both individually and systematically address this vital issue.
October has been Domestic Violence Awareness Month for a couple of decades now and still some folks don’t get it. You might see a purple ribbon. Maybe some businesses and communities string some purple lights in their windows, but what are we doing this year to increase awareness and honor the lives torn apart by this particularly insidious form of violence against women?
There is a National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and we’re lucky to have its new Executive Director, Ruth Glenn join us to talk about what different groups around the country are doing to raise awareness about DV. She worked for the Colorado Department of Human Services for 28 years and served as the Director of the Domestic Violence Program (DVP) for the last nine of those years. Ruth has worked and volunteered in the domestic violence field for over 19 years and holds a Masters’ in Public Administration (MPA) from the University of Colorado Denver, Program on Domestic Violence, as well as a degree in Communications.
She has served on many domestic violence program and funding boards, provided hundreds of presentations on domestic violence victimization and survival, testified before the Colorado State legislature, appeared on local and national television, and provided consultation, training and technical assistance on a local and national level on victim/survivor issues as they relate to domestic violence.
Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to as we discuss what we are doing to improve understanding of intimate partner violence.
Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.
And if you miss the live program, you can go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like.
THriller writer Ms DV Berkom is my guest on todays show. She is the author of two bestselling series featuring strong female protagonists in the form of Leine Basso and Kate Jones. Having grown up on a steady diet of spy novels, James Bond movies and mysteries, her natural inclination is to keep the reader on the edge of their seat and guessing until the last page.
She will be along to discuss amongst other things her latest book a Kate Jones thriller "YUCATAN DEAD"
Join Talk with Tenney on April 22, 2015 from 9-11 PM Eastern for an exciting and informative conversation with Lauren Parks on surviving and ending domestic violence and sexual assault.
Lauren Parks is a social work graduate student at Monmouth university. Her life's work has been dedicated to aiding and assisting victims of violence, specifically, domestic violence and sexual assault. Through her own personal experience with teen dating violence, Lauren has been able to use that negative experience to advocate for victims everywhere. Lauren currently serves as a rape survivor advocate through safe horizon community program and also leads an empowerment group for female victims in Staten Island. Lauren has plans of developing a center for victims that would be dedicated to more long term after care.
Lines will be open for you to call in and be part of the program (267)521-0167
Join hosts Alice Lynch and Sumayya Coleman and Research Commentator Shasme Jackson for our Part II discussion on gender identity and sexual orientation. We will talk to Phil Burse and Priscilla Hale about the dynamics of intimate partner violence in lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) communities. The show will look deeper into societal and systemic barriers that make it difficult for LGBTQ survivors to access services. Guests will also describe the intersection of race and unique challenges for LGBTQ people of color, and provide possible solutions and actions in addressing these issues.
The National Latin@ Network and WomensLaw, a project of NNEDV, are excited to announce a partnership for a series of Blog Talk Radios on general questions relevant to domestic violence and sexual assault law in the Latin@ communities. The first of this series will take place on July 29, 2015. In preparation for this first segment and future segments, we would like to invite our community to submit any questions pertaining to domestic violence and sexual assault laws, specifically as these issues affect Latin@ survivors. You may submit your questions by filling out this form. While we cannot provide legal advice, as each case is unique, we hope to provide some useful legal information.
THE NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE: WHERE’S IT LOCATED, WHEN DID IT START, AND WHAT DOES IT DO?
For years, there’s been a telephone number in Texas that anyone who needs information about domestic violence can call. It’s become the one resource that clinics, shelters, women’s organizations and advocates can post in notices, put on rest room doors, and print on the back of brochures. It has consistently been the go-to number that is the first stop for victims throughout the nation to use when they are seeking help or information about DV.
This Saturday we are fortunate to have three people who know the Domestic Violence hotline number and organization intimately, and can tell us who calls, what happens when they do, and how this simple phone number has been a godsend for decades.
Cameka Crawford is the Chief Communications officer at the National Domestic Violence Hotline and its youth-focused program, loveisrespect. Brian Pinero, Chief Programs Officer at the NDVH, and former guest on the show will join us as will Whitney Laas, who oversees the daily operations of The Hotline and loveisrespect's 24/7 crisis chat lines and text messaging service. No one knows more about the history, functioning, and benefits of the national hotline like these three.
Please join us Saturday to learn more about the national hotline and the kinds of calls that come in each day, and the lasting good a simple phone number can do
Call-in to share your opinions and questions at (646) 378-0430.
Live at 11 am Pacific time, or go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways
Domestic violence can only be erradicated by giving voice to this esculating problem. It is a problem that didn't start with the NFL or Hollywood. Let's discuss candidly about solutions that will erradicate and give victory to everyone involved. Please join us as we discuss the biblical response to DV.
The church holds an enormous responsibility of educating regarding the issue of DV. The recent current events show that there is still a great need to, at minimum, alleviate domestic violence. Many will look to the church for an answer. What will be your response as a Pastor, Small group leader, deacon, women's coordinator or lay memeber? Let's look at some solutions that can give voice to the silent cry of the DV victim. Let's turn that silent cry into the thunderous roar of a VICTOR!!
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